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, son más que un dolor de cabeza. tc: 21:18:32 "me dolian demasiado, cuando empece a notar el dolor tenia 21 anos." no es la primera vez que el cirujano de pies, el doctor ali sadeih, ha escuchado esos comentarios en su consulta. tc: 21:31:16 "patients come to the office, because they have an issue with the shoe type that they wear and the foot doesn't fit the shoe right." translation: pacientes vienen a la oficina porque tienen un problema con los tacones que usan. sus pies no caben en el zapato nos explica el doctor sadeih. por once años ha moldeado los pies de sus pacientes a través de procedimientos quirúrgicos. por razones genéticas o una falla de una cirugía previa, los dedos pueden quedar así de cortos. el doctor sadeih los alarga con alambres o los puede achicar. cortando el hueso y uniéndoles para dejar un pie más simétrico. uno de los problemas típicos es cuando el resto de los dedos son más largos que el llamado dedo gordo. los dedos quedan colgando fuera de las sandalias o zapatos abiertos. aunque el problema muchas veces esta en los zapatos, la solución seg
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who is a1 :(ús2l>tc]w÷h person. he gave is heart and soul to protect the officers and the public. he walked a beat on 6th street and working with officers who had matters before this commission and bargaining on their behalf. they walked into the sunset in retirement and it wouldzo unfair not to mention both of them. >> they would >>ok commissioner kingsley. >> commissioner kingsley: i thought october is ahey month and that this would be a good time to do a ride-along and be out on the streets with?uugç?[xan officer and get the feel for the busy city that it>fég3l0 is. and so thee halloween, i went on a ride-along in northern district. well, it turns out that evenings
know, how they really originally inspired to write. and so you have tc boil, a lot of wonderful writers are featured in that. i urge your viewers to check it out. and also people that goo to the website can make their own recommendations on what they think foreign leaders should read. >> american writers museum.org is the website. you tweet out on a regular basis. we will put the twitter handle as well. malcom o'hagan can people donate to the american writers museum at this point? >> we talk two years ago, they could not. we didn't have a donate buto
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was rushed intt &pan ambulance. t.c. 11:44:57 (jones) "when ii came to he door, as i'm standiig ere talking to you last night and they were putting the young man in the ambulance, the spirit just led me to pray for him. and i god just cover him cause i can &premember a time when my son got shot and i know wwoever child ttaa was, they could pfel that pain that i fell." felt."a familyyfriend tood us theebrothers who died... each say the mother also has a third school-age son. again, police are calling this a home invasion.find out why ttey believe this family was attacked... coming up next half hourr live from shock trauma, i'm megan gilliland, p severn man... acquitted in a hit--an-run that left two teens dead... ii now in again.reuben dunn is facing 7 news charges... related to drugs, theft and guns.in aprill he was acquitted of killing 16-year-old courtney angeles and 17-year-old emerald &psmith... while they weree walking cross the street in downtown baltimore.the jurr saiddit waa unable to determine whether it was ddnn or his girlfriend driving.the families of the victims say theee lat
tteer mother in thee hand and face.neighbors watched as she was rushed into pn ambulance. t.c. 11::8:57 (jones) "when i came to theedoor, as i'm standing here talking to you last night and they were puttiig the young man in the ambulance, the ssirit juut led me to pray for him. and i god just cover him cause i can remember a time when my son got shot and i know whoever child that was, hey could feel that ppin that i felt." felt."a family friend told us the brothers who died... eaah have a twin siiter.neighbors say the mother also has a third schooo-age on. a popular energy drink is now being linked to more than a received reports of 13 deaths - ovee the lass four years....in connectioo with 5- hour ennrry. in all the administration receivvd 900complaints abbut the drink... including convvlsions and even a acks, spontaneous abortion.another eeergy driik.. monster energy.. which was linked to the death of aamaryland teen last montt... is allo being blamed for 5 deaths. crrminal misconduct... in s to - the justice departtent have nd cut a plea deal... nd that today..e'rr learnin
's old business cards. >> oh, yeah, i remember t&c! >> t&c, tom and classy. >> yeah. >> it was me and him all the time. i know we lost a lot with the business, and me and tom every day putting our heads together, trying to think about what else can we do to get ourselves out of this? see what we can come up with to make some extra money. so we wouldn't be in a hole all the time or just barely trying to find food. i mean, i would think at least everybody in america can have some food and housing. the poorest man, a place to sleep and food. and it's not that way. it's a little rough. a lot rough. >>all i want is to play football, but football is expensive. i can name a few items i need and want for my sports, but i just got to wait on it till next time mama can afford it. i'm 14. my life is almost over. until i'm a grown man. and if i don't have the opportunity to show somebody to play football, football won't exist in four years from now. if i don't get to play on a team this year, that dream is going to slowly start fading away. that's what happens to some of the dreams of kids. they pert
heth cre,, i tc2 lp that fit my life,e, c2formioon p, coection to doctors who get c2ere i' from a tools to estite wt my care m cost. w we're more than 78,0 peoec2 looking out for more than 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. united health care. >> computing surrounds us. sometimes it's obvious and sometimes it's very surprising where you find it. soon, computing intelligence in unexpected places will change our lives in truly profound ways.d technology can provide customized experiences tailored to individual consumer preferences, igniting a world of possibilities from the inside out. spooring torrow, starts today. >> bnsf railway. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> ifill: the presidential contenders and their running mates dashed through eight states this election eve. with the race so closeit came down to one last drive to the finish line, and two verylo different paths to vi
to the tc masselin beating on capitol hill. police say they were involved in other crimes with the three male suspects who did take part in the beating. right now, specials have linked the five suspects to nine violent robberies and there could be more. it was a brutal crime. tc masselin was found unconscious block away from his home after he was beaten and robbed of his phone. not long after that, casey adams was beaten and robbed on capitol hill. officials say that both crimes were linked to the same group. >> punched me, my phone fell down and said give me your home. >> reporter: on wtop, the chief of police culty lanier revealed two more suspects were arrested and connected to a group that planned and carried out the violent robberies across the district. >> this group of five would, over the course of looks like a couple of months, different members would go out together at different times and we have linked them now to several cases. >> reporter: several of the violent robberies happened in council member time list' ward 6. he's been told that police might connect more attacks to t
to promising to work with house and senate members the president reaching outç=tc to reassure foreign leaders of his continuing cooperation. swerls leaders of germany and other countries was also announced today the president will take a historic trip to cambodia and myanmar. >> the pentagon says an iranian military plane fired upon, but did not hit a u.s. drone aircraft in whatrrá1 officials say was international air space. theñ$er pentagon says waits goig 60 miles off the ire yawnin coast when hit. the u.s. told iran it will continue to conduct flights in international air space. >> big honor for billy deen thanks to success of his a's. >> what a stunning view from our east bay hills camera. we i'll have the accu-weather forecast coming up. >> not quite as gorgus of a site. this is with our emeryville camera, you can see it's slow going for drivers on the left side of the screen trying to make their way east right now. stay with us. abc 7 news continues right after this. >>> oakland a's manager being rewarded for the team's emprobable run to the playoffs. he directed apsc7]]t overhaul bef
iitt annambuuance. t.c. 11:48:57 (jones) "when i came tt tte door, as i'm standing here talking to you lass night and they were putting the young man in the ambulance, the spirit just led me to pray for him. and i paid whoever child that is, remember a time when my son got shot and i know whoever child thaa was, they could feel thaa paii that i felt." felt."a fammly frienddtold us &pthe brrthees whoodiedd.. each saa the mother also has a rs - third school-age son. pgain, police are calling this a homm invasion.find out why they believe this amily was attacked... coming up next half hour. live from shock trauma, i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morninggnees. m-t-a poliie say they won't file charges... against the bus driver who was caught on camera having a fist fight with a passenger. passsnger.wiinesses recorded mmnday's incideet... and &poste peesonntood fox 45 that the driver and the teen were arguing over loud music... when the driver stopped tte bus... approached the girl.... and ssartee swinging at her. suspended. m-t-a police say because they didn'' witness the fight. both the driv
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they have a originally inspired to write. so you've got jonathan and tc boyle, a lot of wonderful writers are featured in that. again, urge your viewers to check it out. again, people who go to the website to make their own recommendations on what they think a foreign leader should read. >> american writers -- americanwritersmuseum.org is the website. also tweaked out on a regular basis but we will put up or twitter handle as well. malcolm o'hagan, can people donate to the american writer's museum at this point? >> we talked two years ago, peter, they could not. we didn't have a donate button. so that's where the other developments that has occurred. yes, indeed, we have a donate button and we will be very much encourage our viewers to make a donation but it's a wonderful opportunity to does. it's a wonderful opportunity to show that they really think this is a good idea. why that's important as we go out to the major funders, it would be very helpful for us to be able to show a lot of people have already donated and shown their interest in how important this is through their donation. so
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for israel to be taking action. >> certainly this is what you hear oftentimes. tc it was the casame case in the 2008, 2009 offensive. they say the leaders are motivated by a desire to show they're strong on hamas. in fact, we spoke to one palestinian lawmaker who stressed the point that really this is all about politics. >> and ben, of course, one of the big concerns right now -- >> escalation was initiated by israel. there was a cease fire. there was a truce, which was violated by israel several times. unfortunately, we all don't want to have any innocent person hit or hurt, but it seems that mr. netanyahu, the prime minister of israel, decided to use israeli and palestinian blood for his election campaign. >> and certainly because there are elections planned for january of next year here in israel, it's widely expected that prime minister netanyahu will be re-elected for another term. this is the connection many palestinians are making. >> this is a delicate situation, ben. obviously all over the region, particularly for the new government in egypt. i understand there will be big demon
to the sixth congressional district of massachusetts t.c. is the republic. >> richard do you say due say is the senate majority leader today. he came to washington two years ago. i helped recruit him. we talked about him winning this seat. this seat has turned into a nightmare for the democrats because of ethical problems. for their city and income. but richard has sold himself well. richard is going to be a winner on tuesday. >> brian: on tuesday, me a love. up and rising star. she wants to work for the congress and not be a mayor. >> this will be a highlighted race. she wants to make sure we get back to what congress, help job creation and families make it during these tough times and turn around this economy with jobs. >> brian: congressman, you know, there is going to be a big thing on "60 minutes" this weekend talking about how republicans and democrats have not gotten along at the senate or con imrecial level. a lot of people at home not involved in politics say to themselves why can't these guys get along. do you project more of a bipartisan, let's get something done attitude rega
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